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Installation Trade Services ? The DIY Professionals

Installation trade services in your local area for the installation of kitchens, light fittings, picture rails ? we?ll find you the handiest hands in your area.

Hiring installation trade services can save a lot of time and frustration in the long term.  Specialising in the fast, efficient and precise installation of your new kitchen cupboards, laundry rooms, linen press, wardrobes ? and anything else requiring built-in installation ? your specialist installation tradie will be able to eye up, shore up, and install your systems with professional speed and expertise.

New to DIY?  Should you break yourself in on a big project, or take it slow?

DIY can seem appealing and lull you into a fall sense of competence but if you?re new to the trade skills arena and have barely broken your gums on a few flat-pack furniture items then a full-blown installation of cupboards, doors, bookshelves and cabinets may be better served hiring professional installation trade services.

Things to remember when DIY-ing

  1. Time

The novice?s first mistake is to inaccurately account for time when DIY-ing.  Professional installers call on years of work experience to precisely measure and install their items.  What takes them a few hours to accomplish may take you several days of trial and error to just plan.

  1. Effort

There?s a reason why tradespeople are among the fittest Aussies out there.  Hauling heavy boxes, tools and equipment takes quite a lot out of you and if you?re not used to physically demanding tasks then take your time when you first start out.  Give yourself a break ? especially if you?re working full-time already.

Drink lots of water, take lots of breaks? and call the professionals if it squeaks when it shouldn?t and you have to tilt your head to see it straight.

  1. DIY is a hobby

There?s nothing quite like that sense of achievement you feel at the end of hard day?s graft creating something with your very own brains and hands.  If you?re not feeling that then maybe DIY isn?t for you just yet.  If you are, then carry on!  You may just have stumbled upon an undiscovered talent.  The next time the pros are in your home, follow them around and ask lots of questions.

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